Thursday 10th June, 2021
Pioneering workplace health project awarded £3 million funding
A ground-breaking new initiative that will improve the health and wellbeing of employees across Lancashire has received a multi-million pound funding boost.
Tuesday 1st June, 2021
Active Lancashire support National Volunteers Week
This National Volunteers Week, we want to take the opportunity to take a moment to recognise and thank our volunteers across Lancashire. These individuals have gone above and beyond, dedicating their time selflessly to support others, which makes a huge difference to people's lives especially during these testing times. We have thanked 58 volunteers that were identified by the Active Lancashire…
Tuesday 25th May, 2021
More Positive Together project scoops award
Lancashire employment project, More Positive Together, has won at the Northern Housing Awards after helping people in the borough access training and employment opportunities.
Monday 17th May, 2021
Active Lancashire Chair to step down
Active Lancashire announced today that Lesley Lloyd will be stepping down as Chair of our rapidly growing charity, which promotes active lifestyles as a way to improving physical and mental wellbeing.
Monday 1st March, 2021
New online cycle training launched to support Lancashire residents
Active Lancashire is working in partnership with Breaking Cycles CIC to develop National Standard Cycle Training which incorporates high quality online learning for residents of Lancashire. The training offer, which will be free for individuals that are inactive or unemployed, forms part of the More Positive Together (MPT) well-being offer and will provide access to virtual content whilst at home,…
Tuesday 23rd February, 2021
School briefing session - opening school facilities; phase 2 funding
School briefing session 18th March 10.30 am – 11.30 am
Tuesday 2nd February, 2021
Call to prioritise disabled people in sport and leisure as new research reveals huge pandemic impact
Activity Alliance is urging decision-makers in sport and leisure to prioritise disabled people as they strive to recover from the pandemic. The leading voice for disabled people in sport and activity is seriously concerned about the potential long-term damage on the nation’s least active. The call comes on the day the national charity releases their latest Annual Disability and Activity Survey.…
Monday 1st February, 2021
New hub to help young Pendle people affected by Covid
Pendle’s new YES Hub offering Youth Employment Support launches today as a one stop shop for 16-24 year olds in Pendle who’ve been affected by Covid.
Thursday 10th December, 2020
Active Lancashire uses rainbow laces to promote equality and inclusion
Not-for-profit organisation Active Lancashire, is proud to be part of a pledge to promote inclusivity and equality within community sport in Lancashire.